England has rated countries red, green and amber to see the Covid restrictions. There are some rules and regulations tourists have to follow while traveling to England. Tourists also have to take ten days precautionary measures as listed in the rules pages.
- Due to the second wave of the deadly virus, United Kingdom has restricted all traveling, and there is a blanket ban on tourists from other countries.
- But from May 17, people from England would be allowed to travel to some countries with restrictions in place.
- Red indicates severe countries like India, while ember is for slightly fewer dangerous ones.
- Traveling would be allowed from the Green countries.
Red list countries are completely banned
If you have traveled from the red-rated countries, you must take the proper test. The government authorities have said there is no need to travel to places that are marked red. If you visit these countries, then you will be allowed back to the United Kingdom if you are a British or Irish national or you have residence rights of the UK. Some countries include UAE, India, etc.
Amber list countries and territories
For this list, residents are not allowed to travel. People are advised to take precautionary measures and COVID test is a must. However, if you are traveling within the UK, you must quarantine yourself immediately. Amber rated countries include Belgium, etc.
No quarantine for green countries
The UK has rated 12 countries as green, and tourists are allowed from these places. But they have to look at their own country rules before traveling to England. Apart from these other countries are divided into an ember and red ones.
“I regret the favorite summer destinations like France and Spain and Greece, are not yet included,” UK Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said during a press conference on Friday.
US and European airlines are facing a downfall in international traveling and urging the government authorities to loosen the rules. They are encouraging the vaccination process.